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Growing Bolder Podcast

Resilience and risk taking. Meaning and mission. Passion and perseverance. Growing Bolder is not just media, it's a movement. Through its TV and radio shows, magazine, website and popular social media channels, Growing Bolder's EMMY® Award-winning broadcast journalists are Rebranding Aging® by sharing the inspirational stories of men and women redefining the possibilities of life after 45. Learn more at GrowingBolder.com.

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Growing Bolder

Growing Bolder: Paul Ehrlich; Harris Rosen; Jim McCarty; Cynthia Buffington; Bob Kealing

The biologist behind the iconic book on global population checks in 50 years after its publication to give us his views on the current state of the world. Plus, ready to rock? We’re taking you a ride through the history of rock and roll, with stories from a founding member of The Yardbirds and a pop culture expert describes the legacy of Gram Parsons.
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Growing Bolder

Growing Bolder: Ian Anderson; Susan Mitchell; Dr. James Huger; Robyn Benincasa

https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/growingbolder/gbpod-118.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSIn this new age, Jethro Tull leader and flautist Ian Anderson says we don’t have any excuses for giving up early. Find out why he has embarked on a grueling tour to perform an album that hasn’t been played in nearly 40 years. By the time he was a teenager, both of Dennis Williams‘ parents had been killed in accidents. He was left alone, with only his radio to fill the painful silence. Yet another accident changed the course of his life, to the benefit of radio collectors everywhere. For …
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